Explain six powers that the constitution of Kenya gives to the president.
Powers to prorogue parliament / dissolve the National Assembly.
Powers to appoint and dismiss senior public officials / servants.
Powers to appoint and dismiss the vice president and ministers.
Powers to pardon criminals who are convicted in a court of law.
Powers to maintain peace in the country by upholding the rule of law/detention.
Powers to preserve public security through declaring the state of emergency.
Powers to permit ministers and other officers into and civil service to be out of the country.
Powers to form government after a general election.
Powers to declare war or make peace with enemies.
Powers to establish commissions of enquiry to investigate issues of national importance.
Powers to perform the official opening of parliament after general elections.
Powers to nominate members of parliament after a general election.